In theory, teamwork and technology should go hand in hand. And they usually do — to an extent. But just because each plays a big hand in determining a company’s success does not mean one should depend on the other. Technology, by design, is meant to improve efficiencies and the overall customer experience, but it cannot replace the purpose of a lean and competent team.
For example, UCHealth, a hospital and clinic not-for-profit, is moving its innovation team into the same building as health professionals and technology experts at the Catalyst Health-Tech Innovation company, in Denver.
The goal of the collaboration is to combine team members’ knowledge and expertise –by having them work together in the same space — to facilitate breakthroughs that discipline by UCHealth’s team alone could not have achieved.
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